It has been a very busy Friday here in Beijing, a cold and dark day and I had to be on the road for many hours. Now, back home, warm, but a baby cries. Time for Bling!, and we got us a very good one. This is a extremely blinged Chrysler 300C seen on the China International Auto Parts Expo (CIAPE) in Beijing.
A very Pink Volvo C70 seen on the 13th International Automobile Industry Exhibition in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. The pinky convertible stands on the Volvo booth so this must be an official idea, following a long lasting trend in China. Well, pink doesn’t look bad on the cool Swede. The Volvo C70 is imported into China since some five years but I haven’t seen a single one on the road. Price starts at 505.000 yuan and ends at 660.900 yuan.
A rugged Hyundai Galloper seen on the China International Auto Parts Expo (CIAPE) in Beijing. The Galopper is an interesting vehicle because it was not really a Hyundai, it was basically a rebadged first generation Mitsubishi Pajero, produced by Hyundai under a license agreement.
Here we have a very black and very low riding Volkswagen Golf MK4, seen on the China International Auto Parts Expo (CIAPE) in Beijing. It is a perfect piece of work with lowered suspension, a body kit, racy tires and black five-spoke alloys, even the grille is black with the VW-badge removed.
Late Thursday afternoon in Beijing, the wind went down so the pollution is up. Sky is getting gray, soon I won’t be able to see a thing on da streets. Time so for Bling to light the city up! Here we have a fine car for that; an Audi A6L wrapped in gold, seen on the China International Auto Parts Expo (CIAPE) in Beijing, and even the driver is kinda blinged…
Here we have an extremely Bling Ferrari 458 Italia, seen on the China International Auto Parts Expo (CIAPE) in Beijing. The 458 is wrapped in gold and loox fantastic, wrap continues neatly over the mirrors and bumpers. This fast Ferrari is further made sweet by black windows and black five-spoke alloys. Well, if you drive this, nobody can see they didn’t see you.
Here we have a low-riding W220 Mercedes-Benz S-class, seen on the China International Auto Parts Expo (CIAPE) in Beijing. Suspension has been lowered almost up to the ground, and this fantastic S is further sexes up with a body kit, gigantic 20-inch low profile tires, black alloys with silver rims and shiny black paint.
A Suzuki Swift dressed like a first generation Subaru Impreza WRX. Painted in ‘World Rally Blue‘, Subaru-style gold painted alloys, a huge hood scoop and even the front spoiler is similar. Only the head lights are out of style but altogether a great idea. Seen on the China International Auto Parts Expo (CIAPE) in Beijing. The Suzuki Swift is made in China by the Chang’an-Suzuki joint venture, just last week we met a fine matte orange example.
Here we have an extremely cool lowriding Audi A6, seen on the China International Auto Parts Expo (CIAPE) in Beijing. This C5 Audi A6 is so brilliant because the car is basically standard, except for the gigantic 20 inch tires, lowered suspension and blacked-out windows.